Quality Talks 2022: Dr. Eliza “Pippa” Shulman, DO, MPH, and the Value of Hospital at Home
Eliza “Pippa” Shulman, DO MPH, is the chief medical officer of Medically Home, the world’s first virtual hospital. Medically Home is a tech-enabled clinical enterprise that provides the necessary capabilities to safely shift medical care from hospitals to patients’ homes. Dr. Shulman also is the medical director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation at Atrius Health, where she is charged with identifying, testing, and implementing novel care delivery solutions as part of the largest independent multi-specialty medical group in the Northeast.
Previously Dr. Shulman was the chief of geriatrics and palliative care at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, where she led improvement efforts in home care, extended-care facilities, and outpatient geriatrics and palliative care services. As chief and as part of the ACO geriatric care model workgroup at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, she led numerous initiatives to redesign care for frail elderly patients, including implementation of an organization-wide strategy for improving advance care planning.
Dr. Shulman is board certified in family medicine, preventive medicine, and hospice and palliative medicine. She is a graduate of the combined New Hampshire Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency and the Dartmouth Hitchcock Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency, which is focused on developing physicians to lead change and improve systems of care.
Added on 6/22/2022